To Frederic De Peyster, Esq., president St. Nicholas Society [electronic resource] : Dear Sir: I beg leave to present to the Society, through you, a mace made out of the same oaken girder, of the Old Tontine Coffee House, from which the cane was turned which I had the honor to present to you. ... George F. Nesbitt. New-York, Nov. 12, 1855
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Followed, on p. [1-4], by: To George F. Nesbitt, Esq. Dear Sir: I am requested, by the Saint Nicholas Society, to return you their thanks for the mace presented by you at their last meeting ... Frederic De Peyster, president of the St. Nicholas Society of New-York. Nov. 15, 1855.
The American Antiquarian Society copy has embossed stamp "Carew," presumably that of the stationer.
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